It’s been 4 years since Weddings for Real came to be. Over the last 4 years we’ve evolved and grown in a lot of ways and today, we’ll share some of our all-time favorite AHA-moment episodes, and we invite you to join in on the fun!
Episodes mentioned include:
- 71: Toxic Stress and How It’s Killing Your Business, with Therapist and Executive Coach Andy Maurer
- 73: Relator, Analyzer, Boss, and Dreamer: How to Sell To and Work With the 4 Types of Wedding Clients, with Ideaction’s Sam Jacobson
- 85: What My Children Have Taught ME About Business, with Single Dad Jose Rolon
- 104: Defining Luxury on Your Own Terms, with The Flower Guy Bron
- 113: What is Entrepreneurship Costing You? (She Creates Business Podcast with Kinsey Roberts)
- 119: Preventing Squirrel Brain: Time Blocking and Productivity Tips from Brandee Gaar
- 140: Daily Routines and Personal Growth for Wedding Pros, with Gurminder Banga
- 157: Unraveling, with Adrienna McDermott
- 154: How to shift your business to meet Amazon-addicted couples, with Michelle Loretta
- 164: Should wedding vendors require couples to use a planner? Photographer Jillian Knight does
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The host of the show is Megan Gillikin, owner and lead consultant at A Southern Soiree Wedding and Event Planning. She’s also available for wedding and hospitality business consulting and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.